Webinars with the Energy Experts at Compliance Quarter

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In addition to our regular news updates and analysis, the regulatory energy experts at Compliance Quarter have been busy helping to educate our clients with free webinars. Over the last 8 months, we’ve engaged with over 500 people on our webinar series, allowing us to get free education, advice and news out to more people than we thought possible.

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Below is a summary of the webinars we’ve produced so far, along with links to our upcoming episodes:


Compliance Quarter “Energy Experts” Webinar Series

energy expertsUpdate on Embedded Networks

16 August 2017 – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2FYmOtB




energy expertsEnergy Retail Update

24 August 2017 – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2sjpdwD




energy expertsAEMC taking the axe to Embedded Network Exemptions

18 January – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2BKscSU
Access Password: Energy001



energy expertsPower Purchase Agreements: Key legal concerns

31 January – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2EN3CiS




energy expertsNavigating GDPR with Compliance Quarter

(not energy sector specific but does apply to companies capturing and using customer data)
29 November 2017 – 11am AEDT – https://compliancequarter.com.au/understanding-gdpr-opportunities-risks/





Compliance Quarter “Energy Experts” Upcoming Webinars


energy experts Explicit Informed Consent – What is it and why it’s important

14 February – 11am AEDT –

Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2BKGQcG



Energy expertsRegulatory Reporting – What is it, when is it due, and how is it done?

21 February – 11am AEDT –

Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2Ecuxnf



energy expertsCustomer Hardship Refresher – A look at this important area

6 March – 11am AEDT –

Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2E8Yk4b




Should you wish to arrange a discussion that is more specific to your business, please feel free to email us here. Our energy experts have worked on a range of engagements, including but not limited to:

  • Energy Retail Licences
  • Readiness Reviews for Energy Retail Licences
  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPA’s)
  • Embedded Network Manager Accreditation
  • Advice on Exemptions and Embedded Networks
  • Metering Provider Accreditation
  • Water Licences
  • Gas Licences
  • Joint Venture Agreements and Key Industry Introductions


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